Peripheral Angioplasty/Stenting

A minimally invasive method to open arteries that are obstructed or narrowed is angioplasty with stent implantation. Depending on where the damaged artery is located, this treatment may be used in various sections of your body. There isn’t much of an incision needed.

A tiny metal mesh tube called a stent keeps the artery open.

A balloon and catheter are used during an angioplasty to unclog clogged arteries.

Varicose Vein Ablation

ablation burns and seals varicose veins with energy. It is used by interventional radiologists to treat symptoms like pain, bloating, and irritation. Ablation is risk-free, less intrusive than surgery, and almost scar-scarless.

Patients who experience the signs and symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency may benefit from varicose vein ablation.

Ablation is a minimally invasive, image-guided procedure. The aberrant veins that cause varicose veins are burned and sealed off using radiofrequency or laser light.

Thrombolysis/IVC Filter

A noninvasive method of treating DVT is thrombolysis/thrombectomy, which entails dissolving and taking out the clot throughout a tiny venous incision.

IVC Filter

In order to prevent the clots from reaching the heart and lungs, IVC filter placement involves inserting a filters device into the main carrying tube known as the IVC.